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Volume LXIX, No. 91
Complete (UPI) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1961
Offices in Graham Memorial
Four Pages This I&'.ug
Di-Phi To Debate
In New West At 8
Di-Phi will debate a resolu
tion advocating the repeal of
the Connally Amendment to
night at 8 on third floor, New
West. , .
This amendment allows the
United States to decide whether
or not a question concerning the
country is within the compe
tence of the International Court
The author of the bill, Rep.
Arthur Hays, will argue that
the Amendment implies distrust
of the International Court on
the part of ! the United States
and that it limits the benefits
which the United States might
gain , from its , association with
Harpsichordist George Luck
tenberg will perform at 8 o'clock
tonight in Hill Hall, the first of
this . semester's Tuesday Eve
ning Series concerts. Admission
is free. -
The program will include a
group of . Scarlatti Sonatas,
Bach's "Goldberg Variations,"
and "Les Follies francoises" by
The unusual keyboard instru
ment, similar to a piano in gen
eral structure but essentially
different in tone quality, reign
ed unchallenged during the
18th Century. ' ."
The harpsichord's physical
bulk contrasts with its elegant,
silvery tone, produced by tiny
ppints of .leather, which pluck
the strings.- - . .
The Student Party will
meet at 7:30 tonight in the
GM Television Lounge.
- The University Party will
jmeei at 7 tonight in Gerrard
"Hall. A new chairman will
be elected , and action is ex
pected on the revised bylaws.
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Frondizi Swamped In Brazil Election
BUENOS AIRES President Arturo Frondizi's" government
party, midway through its six-year term of office, was swamp
ed in two congressional by-elections Sunday.
Vermont candidates ran a poor third and, although the
outcome does not affect the administration's control of the
senate and chamber of deputies, the defeat constituted a sting
ing loss of personal political prestige for Frondizi.
Goldfine Charged With False Test
BOSTON A psychiatrist Monday accused ! industrialist
Bernard Goldfine of deliberately flunking a mental test which
was to determine whether he was capable of standing trial
for tax evasion. , .
"I thought Goldfine wanted to appear sicker than he" was
Dr. Harry C.Solomon of Boston testified under questioning
by U. S. Attorney Elliott L. Richardson. . ' -
Negroes May Try To Enter U. Of Miss; '
OXFORD, Miss. Highway patrolmen gathered at the Uni
versity of Mississippi Monday following reports that one or
more Negroes might attempt to register for classes.
Authorities would not discuss the matter but apparently
written applications have been received from Negroes. Regis
tration began Monday for the second semester.
There is no school integration in Mississippi and authorities
vow to close down any or all schools rather than accept integration.
In Howell Tonight
The press secretary for North
Carolina's governor will speak
to the UNC Press Club tonight
at 7:30 in Howell Hall-. I '
Because of .Graham. Jones'
tight schedule as press secretary
to Terry : Sanf ord, the , club is
meeting tonight instead of Mon
day, as originally scheduled. The
meeting will be in Room 103,
the newspaper reading room.
Jones is a 1954 graduate of
the School of Journalism here,
and he has worked on the Le
noir County News and the Dur
ham Morning Herald. Last year
he joined Sanford's campaign
for governor with the duties of
handling the press and news re
leases. He is a f orrrier editor of The
Daily Tar Heel. Stuart Se-
chriest, professor of journalism,
will introduce Jones.
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Profs And Newsmen
Match Skills Today
Professors and newspapermen will match their me
chanical skill here at 12 noon today in a contest of manual
dexterity to prove whether Ph.Ds or jourhalists'VrV mbre
adept at changing license tags on automobiles. .
The place: Obie Davis' Service . Station .on fWcst
Franklin Street. The time: High Noon. Weapons: Screw
drivers and pliers . only. .
A' team of UNC professors
will meet members of the staff
of the Chapel Hill Weekly ' in
taking off the 1960 license plates
and replacing them by 1961
The contest is the culmina
tion of a challenge made last
year by members of the univer
sity faculty who wished to dis
prove the Weekly article be
littling the mechanical , ability
of professors. -
The faculty team of license
Heyman 9s Ejection
"That' welcoming after the game was wonderful and
clearly showed the. boys that the Carolina student body
is behind them 100 per cent " Coach Frank McGuire said
Monday concerning a turnout pi about 200 - students to
meet the UNC basketball team; Saturday night after its
81-77 setback at Duke.
The spontaneous student rally was prompted by a
fight which resulted near the
sophomores, Duke's Art Hey-
man and Carolina's Larry
Brown, became involved in a
scuffle bringing players and fans
down to the Duke Indoor Stadi
Heyman had just put in two
free throws to stretch the Blue
Devil lead to 80-75 with only 15
seconds remaining to be played.
Carolina made the inbounds
play and Brown attempted to
drive around the zone defense
set up by Duke. In his try to
keep Brown from scoring, Hey
man fouled the Carolina guard.
plate changers is headed by
Kenan Professor of French W.
L. Wiley who last year threw
down the gauntlet at' the jeer
ing newspapermen and: dared
them to match their skill.
Included, in the faculty team
are Chancellor William ,B. Ay
cock, who. did much of the
building of his own home in
Chapel Hill; Professor Emeritus
A. M. Jordan, who retires this
year after reaching the age of
70, but one who beats his tennis
(Continued on page 3)
Torch Singer, Rock 'N' Roll Star
To Appear In Afternoon Concert
BY LLOYD LITTLE
Nina Simonc and Chuck Berry will share the spotlight at
Winter Germans February 18.
This year's Germans will consist only of Saturday after
noon's concert to be held in Memorial Hall from 3-5 p.m.
Blues, Jazz and "torch" singer Nina "I L6ves You Porgy"
Simone was born in Try on, North Carolina, and first caught
the ear of the. public during the summer of 1959 with her
recordings and personal appearances in leading jazz clubs.
On records, her albums, "The Amazing Nina Simone" and
"Little . Girl Blue" became national best-sellers, as did her
singles, "I Loves You Porgy" and "Children Go Where I Send
You." Critics have hailed Miss Simone as one of the "most
versatile performers to enter the music world in recent times."
Her engagements included appearances at the Village
Vanguard and the Town Hall-in New York, the Casino Royal
in Washington, the Town House in Pittsburgh, the Blue Note
in Chicago and the Hollywood Bowl.
Rock 'n' roll artist Chuck "Johnny B. Goode" Berry,
walks upon the stage of Memorial Ilall as a writer of songs,
a player of the guitar and a singer of such hits "as "Maybel
lcne," "School Day," and "Sweet Little Sixteen."
. Chuck has appeared in several motion pictures including
"Mr. Rock and Roll," and "Rock, Rock, Rock!, toured the
country with top name rock 'n roll shows and performed at
countless rnajor theatres, and nifiht clubs.
Berry has also made, a trip to Hawaii for personal ap
pearances.. Chuck has received the Triple Crown Award from
Billboard when his first recording, "Maybellcne," hit all three
major ratings in the No. 1 position.
The Al Brown quintet will musically back up Berry and
this act will tentatively precede Miss Simone at the concert.
Tickets can only be purchased from individual members
of the German's club who don't plan to attend the concert.
end of the game when two
It was then that the fight erupt
ed and Heyman was removed
from the game for the last nine
Further dispute came when
Referee Charlie Eckman said
that Heyman was ejected
from the game for his pari in
the fray. Duke Coach. Vic
Bubas later stated that Hey
man was not removed from
the game because of his pari
in the ruckus but because ii
was his fifth foul.
Eckman said Heyman was
banished from the game be
cause he had thrown the first
punch in the fight. Brown was
given two free throws.
(Continued on page 3)
On The Campus
' A meeting of the Panama
"delegation, to the UN Model As
sembly will be held 'Wednesday
evening at 5 on the 2nd floor of
the Y-building. All delegates
and. alternates have been re
quested to attend.
The American Musicological
Society will meet at 8 p.m. Wed
nesday in 108 Hill Hall. Prof.
John Schorrenberg of the UNC
Art Department will speak on
"Angels and Apes."
Application blanks are still
available at the GM Informa
tion Desk andt the Reserve
Reading Room for Women's
Orientation Coordinator. Inter
views for the post will be held
Thursday and Friday.
iriir' - ' - " - y - '" - fr'
RALLYING STUDENTS mei the Tar
Heels after Saturday night's basketball game
with Dook. Sparked by the UNC Tarhel
lians. a cheering crowd of some 300 students
On President's Peace Corp
A random sampling of student
opinion, on the proposed "peace
corps" program .of President
John F. Kennedy will be taken
on; the UNC campus this -week.
Carolina is - one of ten uni
versities . in -the United States
I selected for. distribution of sur
vey questionnaires asking for
student views on the proposal.
. - Last Phase -
The gathering of opinion is
the' last phase of an extensive
research project on the Youth
Corps being conducted by Col-
Students in the infirmary yes
terday included Carol Griffin,
Beverly McClure, May Beasley,
Nancy Walter, Steven Garner,
Ronald Burke, Lewis Schwoe
bel, Lawrence Roufe, Gary
Perry, Bill George and Harvey
Salamon. . .
orado State University under a
- ' - w - A
grant from the International
Questionnaires . probing r stu
dent, reaction to . proposed liv
ing conditions, type of work and
salary stipulations will be dis
tributed at random in classes
Wednesday. These must be. re
tdrned: before 'Saturday, so 'that
the results may be tabulated.
' .' ' The Other Schools..
Fisk University and Bellar
mine College, Louisville, Ky.,
are the only Southern schools
included in the research pro
gram, in addition to UNC.
Other participating institu
tions include Yale, Michigan,
Reed, Scripps College, Clare-
mont, Cal., Swarthmore, Ohio
State and Manhattanville Col
lege of the Sacred Heart.
The overall objective of the
proposed Youth Corps would be
to assist developing countries in
achieving their goals, as well as
to increase understanding be-
braved ihe chill night to welcome the team
back io Chapel HilL
(Photo by Ira Blauslien).
tween the peoples of partici-
One of the survey questions
deals with the principle of mili
tary exemption for peace corps
work. A definitive position on
this question has not yet been
determined, pending completion
of this task force report.
The University of North Caro
lina became the first state uni
versity only by a stroke of luck.
The University of Georgia was
chartered earlier than U.N.C.,
but was not actually founded
until a few years later.
Dance Lessons Begin
The first in a series of dance
lessons sponsored by Graham
Memorial will begin at 7:30
p.m. tonight in the Roland
Parker Lounges. Tickets arc
available at the GM Information
Desk; coeds, free; boys, $2.